Paneled Honeycomb Milk Pitcher EAPG Bryce Walker
Antique Paneled Honeycomb Pitcher. This Early American Pattern Glass milk pitcher is in the Paneled Honeycomb pattern by Bryce Walker. A note was included in the pitcher which said it was made in 1880. Others date it closer to 1882 as that is when Waller left the company. The pitcher has a metal swinging lid. It is approx. 6 1/2" tall x 6" from handle to spout and 4" across the top. There is some rusting to the lid along with wear and aging to the whole piece. There is also scratching present along with some chipping to the base.
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Ruffles and Rings Opalescent 3 Toed Bowl Northwood EAPG
Northwood Opalescent Footed Bowl. This white opalescent bowl was made by Northwood and dates to the early 1900's. The pattern is Ruffles and Rings. It is a three toed bowl with a crimped rim. The bowl is approx. 8 3/4" across x 3 1/4" tall. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. There is some scratching present.
Greentown #11 Salt Shaker Diamonds With Double Fans Indiana Glass EAPG
Antique Greentown #11 Shaker. This antique EAPG salt shaker was made by Indiana Glass and dates to 1901. The pattern is Diamonds with Double Fans aka Greentown #11. The shaker is approx. 2 3/4" tall and 1 3/4" across the base. It is in good condition. There is some chipping to the diamonds. The opening is rough and the lid has corrosion and wear.
Antique EAPG US Glass Loops With Stippled Panels Creamer and Sugar Set Texas Pattern Cream and Sugar
Antique EAPG US Glass Loops with Stippled Panels Creamer and Sugar Set. This set was made around 1900 by U.S. Glass Company. The aka name is Loops with Stippled Panels. Texas is the pattern name. This set originally had the gold around the tops but the majority of the gold is worn off. The creamer is approx. 3" tall x 4" from spout to handle. The sugar bowl is approx. 3 1/8" across x 2 5/8" tall. There is wear to the bottoms and the gold. The seams and points of the scallop are rough. No chips or cracks that I can see.